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shysparrow13 asked:

15 Jan 2010

more to my novel!

Since we couldn't have Chemistry for a few weeks, we had to have English, which I was fine with. We also had to have a new teacher, Mr. Sanders.

Allistair was tense, like he was in pain, and he didn't move as I took my seat, but when it because obvious I was about to introduce myself, to be friendly,he set his jaw firmly. His stare was directly ahead, so I decided against an introduction.

I took a deep breath and turned my desk so that it was facing my partner. "Hi," I mumbled, taking the paper with instructions from Mr. Sanders. Reading over them quickly, I cleared my throat. "Um... Okay..." I sighed, meeting his eyes for a moment, but he glared at me, so I quickly looked back at the paper. "First question: what is the most appealing thing about the character Beowulf?" I read out loud.

"I actually don't find him appealing," he announced.

"I-I don't think they mean for you," I told Allistair, pushing my hair out of my face. "I think it's supposed to be for people who do find him... appealing."

"So what is appealing about him and the story?" he inquired as if he could tell Beowulf was one of my favorite stories.

"Well," I said, trying to arrange my thoughts and put them into a form that made sense.

"I like it because Beowulf defeated the monster when no one else could. When everyone else was afraid, showing that some people can be brave, even in a time of terror. Still, it's not realistic with monsters, but I guess sometimes, most of the time, people are the real monsters, and I'm not so sure there's such a thing as a hero," I admitted, meeting his deep, blue eyes. "Maybe that's why it's so appealing, because it's not real, but it gives us hope somehow. Hope we didn't have before."

The look on his face told me that he had actually listened to me. He was considering what I said. I couldn't stand the silence between us anymore. "D-do you want to share your opinion?"

"No, I think you've covered it all. Next question," he said through clenched teeth. <

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